Excerpt from Home Butter Making
It will be seen that, where good butter is made from good cows, the income is almost three times as great as the income from poor butter from poor cows. It must also be noted that the amount of skim milk will be almost twice as great from the g... ood cow, and hence an additional source of income from her. Why, then, keep poor cows and make the product into low priced butter?
The quality of the butter made on the farm is a good indicator of the character of the individual responsible for it. Poor butter is always the result of careless, shiftless work. Good butter is the product of care and industry. Likewise, the production of high class cows, and the care necessary to cause them to produce 300 pounds of butter per year, can come only from intelligent efforts. Unless it is possible to keep good cows, to care for them so as to make them do their best, and to care for the products so as to turn out the best grade of butter, farm butter making will be found unpleasant, unprofitable, and uncreditable.
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